UK rail workers around Liverpool vote to accept 7.1pc pay deal

22/6/2022 6:22:00 PM

UK rail workers around Liverpool vote to accept 7.1pc pay deal

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UK rail workers around Liverpool vote to accept 7.1pc pay deal

LONDON, June 22 — Employees on the British train network around Liverpool have voted to accepted a 7.1 per cent pay deal, a union said today, after the first day of massive...

Wednesday, 22 Jun 2022 4:59 PM MYTLONDON, June 22 — Employees on the British train network around Liverpool have voted to accepted a 7.1 per cent pay deal, a union said today, after the first day of massive strikes across the region over pay."What this clearly shows is our union, and sister unions, are in no way a block on finding the solutions needed to avoid a summer of discontent on the railways," Transport Salaried Staff's Association's General Secretar Manuel Cortes said in a statement, on the Merseyrail deal. — Reuters

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Wednesday, 22 Jun 2022 4:59 PM MYT LONDON, June 22 — Employees on the British train network around Liverpool have voted to accepted a 7.1 per cent pay deal, a union said today, after the first day of massive strikes across the region over pay. The report was written by London School of Economics associate professor Swati Dhingra — who will join the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee in August — and researchers from the Resolution Foundation think tank. "What this clearly shows is our union, and sister unions, are in no way a block on finding the solutions needed to avoid a summer of discontent on the railways," Transport Salaried Staff's Association's General Secretar Manuel Cortes said in a statement, on the Merseyrail deal. The first UK-developed mRNA vaccine is scheduled to be produced in 2025. — Reuters Advertisement . New post-Brexit trade rules which took effect in January 2021 unexpectedly did not lead to a persistent fall in British trade with the EU, relative to that with the rest of the world, the researchers said.